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220 , VERDICT ON INDIA the East to the West, and created an immense Anglo-Indian com- munity "with genuine rights and privileges. It is one of the most fascinating speculations In which the historian could indulge. But unfortunately it must remain a speculation ; it is too late for any such experiments to-day. The tide of British power is ebbing fast, .and the Anglo-Indians, are left stranded on the beach, scanning the empty seas for-a friendly sail.. .a sail which will never come.